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Old 12-28-2006
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Tonneau Covers with TOolbox

Does anyone make a tonneau cover that cooperates with a truckbed toolbox?
 
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Originally Posted by kevdeg16
Does anyone make a tonneau cover that cooperates with a truckbed toolbox?
I still have mine if you have any interest...of course I'm in Iraq right now, but I'll be home on RR early Feb...

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I found it was cheaper to buy one and have it altered. I got mine at Meijers here in Michigan. its an extang, and it was on sale for 110 dollars and a local canvas shop charged me 40 bucks to alter the material, all I did was leave them with the altered frame (done by me). So mine came out to about 160 all said and done. If I had to do it all over again, I would still do it the same way because I cut it and sized it to cover all the way to the end of the tailgate (top) which this cover didn't originally do.
 
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It doesn't look like it protects the bed from rain getting in. It's a good idea though.
 
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Mines for a 2001 Sportrac................




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Originally Posted by buckgnarly
I still have mine if you have any interest...of course I'm in Iraq right now, but I'll be home on RR early Feb...

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does it fit snug with the toolbox or no? does it protect completely from the rain
 
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i have one just laying around it hinged off the toolbox I sold the toolbox to my friend but I still have the cover just laying around lol.
 
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Originally Posted by kevdeg16
does it fit snug with the toolbox or no? does it protect completely from the rain
About as snug as you can get with diamondplate.....rain did get in, not alot, but it's not 100% rain proof.....I used some 1" weatherstripping on teh toolbox I got at home depot and that stopped MOSt of the rain.

PM me if you are interested, cause I'm probably going to trash it soon if no one wants it....I can go pretty cheap/trade for cool junk....
 
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